Swinney updates several injuries on team

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Choice should be fine for Virginia Tech

Clemson coach Dabo Swinney spoke to reporters during his media teleconference on Sunday following his team's 34-7 home victory over Boston College.

Swinney shared a few injury updates on his team as a tough road game awaits against Virginia Tech on Saturday night.

Adam Choice (ankle) - "He should be ok. He had a sore ankle. He might be a little limited for a couple of days."

Travyon Mullen (head) - "As you know he is in the concussion protocol."

Maverick Morris - "He got a little banged up, but hopefully he is going to be ok."

Dorian O'Daniel (quad) - "Looks like he is going to be ok."

Mark Fields (glutes) - "He had a pull in his glute area, so we will see how he is."

D.J. Greenlee (knee sprain) - "We should get him back in practice Monday and evaluate him a little bit.
Other that we came through it pretty good."

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